Famous Characters and Patterned Ties

Famous Characters and Patterned TiesIt’s impossible to deny that wearing fashionable ties helps give you a certain sense of style and edge, particularly if you choose striped or patterned ties that add interest and contrast to your look. It can also help catch the attention of others, which is always a good thing if you happen to meet someone who has also caught your eye. Wearing a tie can certainly have advantages!

Ties also give off the sense of someone who is well put together. You might be more likely to listen to and respect a person who is wearing a tie, which is why many educators and businessmen choose to wear patterned ties during their daily professional lives. This is also why when you look at the world of entertainment, you see a number of famous characters are always seen sporting a tie. This is true of both heroes and villains, which goes to show what kind of visual impact neckties can have when worn by those in the spotlight! Let's take a quick look at some of the more famous characters who have been seen wearing patterned ties over the years in some of the movies and television shows we've come to love.

Alan Rickman: Know widely for his role as Professor Severus Snape, some of Rickman's other characters have been seen sporting ties such as Hans Gruber in “Die Hard,” and Judge Turpin in “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street.”

Kelsey Grammar: It was extremely rare to see the iconic Dr. Frasier Crane without one of his many patterned ties. That trend continued on his more recent series, “Boss,” where he takes up the role of Chicago Mayor, Tom Kane.

Al Pacino: The Godfather himself, Don Michael Corleone has been known to wear numerous patterned ties. Even in his much later role, Willy Bank, in “Ocean's 13,” Pacino was still sporting the same kind of ties he wore thirty years earlier. You have to respect a man who knows what he likes!

Batman and Joker: That's right, our list also features superheroes and super villains. In almost every incarnation of these two characters, from Michael Keaton's subdued rendition all the way up to Christian Bale's playboy version of Bruce Wayne, you will see patterned ties. Batman's chief adversary, The Joker, follows the same theme, be it the green bowtie of Jack Nicholson or the gold patterned tie of Heath Ledger.

With all of these legendary characters who also wear patterned ties, you should feel this a great opportunity to create your own signature look! Come check out all of the fun patterns we have available at NecktieEmporium.com, and get ready to leave a lasting impression.